pochoir


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pochoir

[¦pō¦shwär]
(graphic arts)
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You have only to look at the current exhibition at LA Louver in Los Angeles (until 14 May), to get a sense of the range of his output--there's everything here from magazine covers, pochoirs (limited-edition stencil prints), notes and ephemera.
The works are significant because the pochoir method of printing with stencils produces images that are almost like the artist's hand painted originals.
The prints, drawings, paintings, and pochoir deserve further discussion as the 250 images and the essays propel Sonia Delaunay's body of work into the forefront of early modern art.
The exhibition is curated by ROM librarian Arthur Smith, who became fascinated with Barbier pochoirs in the mid-1990s when he encountered a volume of Falbalas et fanfreluches while mounting a display of treasures from the ROM's rare book collections.
Munich, 1765 et 1792), jeu complet : 78 cartes, gravure sur cuivre, couleurs au pochoir et a la main, dimensions d'une carte : 11,3 x 6 cm, collection et [C] Musee Francais de la Carte a Jouer de la ville d'Issy-les-Moulineaux, no.
The last two are versions of Banksy's trademark rat, an homage to pochoir pioneer Blek le Rat, a fit symbol for an urban vandal, and--accidentally but neatly--an anagram of art (as Banksy has admitted, he had to pretend he knew that last one all along).
d) La produccion de un internegativo y un positivo a color para la restauracion de positivos coloreados a mano y pochoir.
Nijinsky and Rubinstein's dance was immortalized in George Barbier's pochoir plates (stencils) included in his series of Designs on the Dances of Vaslav Nijinsky (translated from the French by C.
Utrillo's original gouaches were minutely and accurately reproduced by the pochoir process, which involved detailed hand colouring through stencils.
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La unica noticia sobre el encuentro entre Marcel Duchamp y Walter Benjamin, que tuvo lugar una tarde de la primavera de hace exactamente setenta anos, es una enigmatica entrada del diario del propio Benjamin en donde se refiere al pochoir de Desnudo bajando una escalera, (1) que el frances le mostro ese dia, como "asombrosamente bello, tal vez mencionar .
The late Diana Gould was a ballet dancer in the 1920s and 30s and would probably have delighted in pochoir Art Deco prints which would have been around at the time.